Getter Robo has a special place in the pantheon of combining robot fiction, which is why fans will likely be ogling these awesome (but pricey) die-cast redesigns of Getter 1, 2 and 3.
Air traffic has never looked so beautiful–or been so interactive: artist Aaron Koblin has created Google Maps of 205,000 flight paths on 8/12/08; they’re sortable by altitude, make and model.
The Nautiz X5 is designed to run WinMo 6.1 in extreme conditions; this rugged smartphone handles temps from -20 to 55 ¬¨â€šÃ Ã»C yet still features a 3 MP camera and an 806MHz Marvell CPU.
From the same studio that brought us Full Metal Alchemist, Kurau Phantom Memory’s 24 episodes are available as a DVD box set; you’ll get both English and Japanese audio plus subtitles.
Make the best of the remaining snow season with these battery-powered Core Heat snow gloves; they’ll heat the entire length of your fingers and back of the hand. Thanks, Jaap!
The humble inkjet printer gets top billing with this music video for Mistabishi’s Printer Jam; it’s a purely instrumental drum ‘n bass piece set to great CG work by Kenny Frankland.
Asus’ 10″ Eee PC 1008HA is a netbook in a sleek form factor clearly inspired by the MacBook Air; specs: 1″ thick, 2.4 lbs, Atom 1.6GHz CPU, Windows XP, 1GB RAM and 160GB HDD.
We’ve never had any desire to smell like Kirk, but these Star Trek Colognes by Genki Wear are ideal gifts for uber Trekkies; Red Shirt is the best: “Because tomorrow may never come.”
Created by legendary 405 director Bruce Branit, World Builder is like a next-gen version of Second Life; it was shot in a single day but required two years of post production.
With 257hp on tap, Lotus’ Exige S260 Sport is the most powerful Exige ever; it also drops 50 lbs, allowing it to go 0-60mph in 4.0s with a supercharged 1.8L 4 cylinder engine.
Now available: Out of Captivity is the harrowing tale of three American civilian contractors captured by FARC and held hostage in the Colombian jungles from 2003 to 2008.
Beyond its slick red and black-trimmed Black Vapor finish, Dell’s Special Edition Studio 15 laptop comes standard with a 1440×900 WLED display at a base price of $799.
Jon Stewart takes on the media’s clumsy handling of Twitter and questions the purpose of microblogging in general; personally, we can’t wait for someone to create Stalkr and Gruntr.
Fresh flesh for Spring: Electric Zombie’s Spring/Summer ’09 line includes the tasty Outbreak hoodie, which features a gray all-over print, brainy lining and contrasting kangaroo pocket.
Panasonic makes an incremental (but essential) update to their four-thirds line with the Lumix DMC-GH1: it’s essentially the G1 but with the ability to record 1080p/24p HD video.
The world’s fastest hybrid, Giugiaro’s Frazer-Nash Namir claims a top speed of 187mph; what really perks our ears, though, is the 1,200 mile range and a fuel economy of 91.7mpg.
With a colossal 742 lumens, the Neofab Legion II is more light than most of us know what to do with; it also features single finger on/off, multi-level brightness and Teflon bearings.
It’s cobbled together from other videos, but this Launch Trailer for H.A.W.X. adds a nice kick to the near-future flight combat sim with an attack on the Capitol building and Air Force One.
Masters students Brette and Rajinder take video up a dimension with their Spatially Augmented Reality Toolkit; above, embedded photosensors on a box allow for 3D projection.
Hype for the upcoming Watchmen film is hitting a fever pitch, but we couldn’t resist sharing this tongue-in-cheek t-shirt by Rocky Davies; it’s screenprinted on an American Apparel tee.
Asus’ 16″ Lamborghini VX5 is an uber-laptop with the looks to match; the first with a 1TB SSD, it also includes an NVIDIA GT130M with 1GB RAM, 4GB RAM and Intel Core 2 Quad CPU.
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